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Natural Beauty
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Natural Beauty

A Vermont house sips energy in a leafy lakeside setting. Read more

Product Review: Low-Flow Bath Fixtures
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Product Review: Low-Flow Bath Fixtures

With the advent of WaterSense certification—and manufacturers’ overwhelming... Read more

Moen Commercial Division Eco-Performance Shower Systems
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Moen Commercial Division Eco-Performance Shower Systems

Moen’s five Eco-Performance shower systems offer 36 percent water savings compared... Read more

Case Study: Terra Numa Custom Home, St. George, Utah
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Case Study: Terra Numa Custom Home, St. George, Utah

Blending with its spectacular surroundings, this practical NGBS-certified custom... Read more

Moen Eco-Performance Shower System
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Moen Eco-Performance Shower System

Moen’s commercial division has released five new Eco-Performance shower systems... Read more

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EPA Finalizes WaterSense for Showers
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EPA Finalizes WaterSense for Showers

Buyers could see certified products as early as mid-April. Read more

Moen M-Press
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Moen M-Press

Moen's M-Press metering faucets use a sealed silicon mechanism to regulate water... Read more

Case Study: Vanguard Homes Builds First EPA WaterSense Home
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Case Study: Vanguard Homes Builds First EPA WaterSense Home

The North Carolina house, part of a pilot program, will save more than 10,000... Read more

WaterSense Standards Bring Low-Flow Faucets, Showerheads to the Forefront
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WaterSense Standards Bring Low-Flow Faucets, Showerheads to the Forefront

Water-conserving bath fixtures enter the mainstream as the EPA’s WaterSense... Read more

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Lav Faucets are Awash in New Standards from the EPA's WaterSense Program

Everyone is preoccupied with oil shortages these days. But the building industry's eyes are already on the next scarce natural resource: water. While the U.S. population nearly doubled between 1950 and 2000, the demand for water more than tripled, putting pressure on both water supplies and an aging distribution system. That's true not just in arid regions, but across the map. A recent government survey showed that at least 36 states are expecting shortages by 2013. Water is intertwined with energy, too, since water supply and treatment plants consume about 56 billion kilowatt-hours per year--enough electricity to power more than 5 million homes for a year. Read more

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